2011 NFL Draft
Robert Griffin III acknowledges that some of his pre-draft decisions probably cooled the Colts from drafting him.
Colts ink second round pick Ben Ijalana.
The Colts Are Getting Old: Why Building through Free Agency And Not Just Through The Draft Should Be The Strategy Going Forward
The Colts are Getting Old: Why Building through Free Agency not just through the Draft Should be the Strategy Going Forward
National Football Post loves the Indianapolis Colts 2011 NFL Draft class.
Discussion on Colts 49th overall pick Ben Ijalana, OT from Villanova.
A list of undrafted players that the Colts may be looking at in order to determine who they should target once the lockout is lifted
General Manager had more control in the 2011 NFL Draft for the Colts than in years past.
The Colts front office discusses first round pick Anthony Castonzo.
Stampede Blue profiles Colts fourth round pick Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse.
Does Colts sixth round pick Chris Rucker project as a safety?
Stampede Blue feels very good about the 2011 NFL Draft for the Indianapolis Colts.
With the No. 188 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts took defensive back Chris Rucker from Michigan State.
With the 119th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft (Round Four), the Colts took Syracuse runningback Delone Brown
The Colts passed on defensive tackles Stephen Paea and Marvin Austin in round two only to take LSU defensive tackle Drake Nevis with the No. 86 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Colts trade with Redskins, move up and take Ben Ijalana with the 49th overall pick in 2011 NFL Draft.
Day two of the 2011 NFL Draft has begun.
2011 NFL Draft: Where Do The Colts Go In Rounds 2 And 3?
Colts fans share their approval of Indy taking BC tackle Anthony Castonzo with the No. 22 overall pick.
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2011 NFL Draft: Offensive And Defensive Lines Ruling Latter Part Of First Round
2011 NFL Draft: Indianapolis Colts Select Anthony Castonzo, OT From Boston College
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